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What Pokemon Go teaches us about Success?

pencil-connecting-the-dots-1141430Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm. If you don’t believe me, believe the stats. Pokemon Go had more downloads in its first week than any other app in history. People are going crazy about it even in countries where the app hasn’t even been officially launched yet.

If experts are to be believed, it is merely the tip of the iceberg that is Augmented Reality. Augmented Reality is defined by Google as, “a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on a user’s view of the real world, thus providing a composite view.” It is expected to change our world in the coming years. Once again, if you don’t believe me, believe Google whose Project Tango is all about bringing Augmented Reality to your phone.

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If you can, you should!

moving-forwards-4-1141712Many times you look at others and you feel that you could have done the same, or maybe even better.
Then, something stops you.

Many times you see someone in need of help, and want to do something to help them.
Then, something stops you.

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Finding the Right Temperature of Water

bathroom-1198588Winter is approaching again, and one of the joys of winters is taking a bath with hot water, isn’t it?

Taking a bath, or a shower, with hot water, however, brings along with it one of the biggest challenges that the human kind has to face on a daily basis – getting the water to the exact temperature level that the body is comfortable with. It’s always either too hot, or too cold.

I, for one, struggle with this problem every day.

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Why You Should do NaNoWriMo this Year, and Every Year

2013-Participant-Twitter-HeaderNaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month for the uninitiated, is about writing 50,000 words of a novel in the thirty days of November. If you are able to do it, you are a winner. That, I think, is the beauty of it – you get to call yourself a winner without beating anyone, except your lazy habits.

But a question often asked from NaNoWriMo participants is why do you do it, if you get nothing out of it. So, I thought I would list down my reasons for doing NaNoWriMo this year, and every year:

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How to find your Passion?

181788_affettuoso_carloso_1The most common advice that you can expect from any motivational speaker is this : Do what you are passionate about.

If everyone knows that, it should be easy. Right?

Only it isn’t.

Very few are able to identify what they are passionate about – for the rest, the search for passion is a lifelong exercise. Sometimes, by the time a person knows for sure what he is passionate about, it is too late to do anything about it.

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